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Improving ideomotor limb apraxia by electrical stimulation of the left posterior parietal cortex
Limb apraxia, a deficit of planning voluntary gestures, is most frequently caused by damage to the left hemisphere, where, according to an influential neurofunctional model, gestures are planned, before being executed through the motor cortex of the hemisphere contralateral to the acting hand. We used anodal transcranial direct current stimulation delivered to the left posterior parietal cortex (PPC), the right motor cortex (M1), and a sham stimulation condition, to modulate the ability of sixdoi:10.1093/brain/awu343 pmid:25481002 fatcat:lmfjkgpl7rewxi5s2e5gczyjrm